Rattan Styles, on sale ’til midnight.
We are still loving rattan and the good news is that Serena & Lily is having a sale on rattan styles through midnight tonight! Like the Shore bench, we have in our entryway is now 20% off! And the hanging chair too!
29 wicker and rattan pieces for your home. Wicker and rattan is having a big moment in homes and spaces everywhere. It’s the perfect way to relax a room. I’ve always loved an eclectic style. I think partly because I can’t quite commit to just one style. I love modern and contemporary, but I also love the more relaxed vibe of a bit of bohemian too. I think they can both work well together and compliment each other beautifully. Using one or two-pieces of rattan mixed with modern or traditional creates a one-of-kind room. Adding a rattan coffee table instantly adds warmth and a bit of casualness to a space. Chairs and barstools can really add that bit of texture and warmth from the natural color to a white kitchen. Or a bed frame with a modern nightstand. Even just adding a mirror, a basket, a chair or pendant adds some warmth and interest to space.
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The Anguilla Coffee Table from Serena & Lily is one of my favorite pieces. It makes any room feel a little softer and take you back to the 1960’s.
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I adore the Venice chair from Serena & lily. I think the name says it all! It adds a little artistic charm to any space.
Kris added the Venice chair in her family room and it’s just the touch of rattan this space needed. Kris did her family room for the One-Room Challenge and it’s hard to believe the before when you see how light and bright it is now.
The Mattituck Chair with cushion and brass accents adds both a relaxed yet refined statement at the Serena & Lily Design Shop in Westport
The Riviera headboards are perfect for a beach house or just about anywhere if you like stripes!
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If you’re not ready to commit to larger items like a headboard or coffee table—there are lots of ways you can add rattan in every room of your house. Trays in the kitchen and living spaces on ottomans, baskets in the laundry room and family room for toys or even a tissue box holder in your powder room. Or add a pendant like Mary Ann did in her San Francisco guest room.
There are so many great options for wicker and rattan pendants at very reasonable prices. There are many shapes and sizes that are perfect in a dining room, kitchen nook, entry or even in place of a bedside table lamp.
So how do you feel about rattan? Do you love it? Hate it? I think I’ve always loved it and now I am embracing it more than ever!